Vietnam’s folk culture
Colors have a wealth of meanings in popular Vietnamese culture. Despite hard times and social changes, people’s associations about colors have remained unchanged for generations. Concepts of color are learned in many ways, for example via childhood games and folk songs and at festive meals and colorful Tet markets.
“Papaya is purple, gieng gieng [...]
Today, the old port town of Hoi An is a testament to the area’s cosmopolitan past, its architecture exhibiting Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese and European influences.
Japanese Bridge Hoi An
Once the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Champa , the Quang Region is characterized by harsh sun, strong winds, lush vegetation and a rich history. When the [...]